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About the Course

This course is designed for the Python programmer who wants to develop the foundations of Calculus to help solve challenging problems as well as the student of mathematics looking to learn the theory and numerical techniques of applied calculus implemented in Python. By the end of this course, you will have learned how to apply essential calculus concepts to develop robust Python applications that solve a variety of real-world challenges. Video lectures, readings, worked examples, assessments, and Python code are all provided in the course. These are used to illustrate techniques to solve equations, work with functions, and compute and apply derivatives and integrals. If you are interested in starting to develop concepts in fields such as applied math, data science, cybersecurity, or artificial intelligence, or just need a refresher of calculus or coding in Python, then this course is right for you....

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CN

Sep 13, 2022

A relaxed reintroduction to calculus with an approachable way to use SymPy to solve calculus problems.

MA

Jun 19, 2022

The mix of Python & Calculus is a special feature. I learned a lot.

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By Nb

Oct 13, 2022

It is one of the best courses in what is described on the syllabus. The teaching material is quite well organized providing amazing learning process in Python programming with Sympy. The first week a brief introduction to Numpy is provided with emphasis on what is important from Python programming to remember. It is not an introductory course neither in Python nor in mathematics.

The course gives a first idea on how the differential and integral calculus can be applied in business economics and in the training on numerical computations either by hand or by algorithm writing. Further, it gives a good understanding in numbers rounding that is important in computations. After each video lecture before the quizzes there is review theory and several short examples on programming for personal improvement. Thanks John-Hopkins University for this interesting skillset.

By Hussam A

Aug 16, 2022

A great course! I loved the combination of Python and Calculus. I do recommend going through Dr. Cutrone's other calculus courses first, since there's a few discontinuities in the course flow. Those who are new to calculus might struggle a bit.

By Christopher N

Sep 14, 2022

A relaxed reintroduction to calculus with an approachable way to use SymPy to solve calculus problems.

By Moyn D

Jun 20, 2022

The mix of Python & Calculus is a special feature. I learned a lot.

By Serge B

May 16, 2022

Great course!